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Pacific Region Colloquium

The Pacific Region Colloquium, originally called the Western Region Colloquium, was founded in February 1996 as a monthly speaker series intended to bridge the gaps between the Bureau's science disciplines. The colloquium seeks speakers who can present information of broad interest that spans the spectrum of earth and environmental science.

All colloquia are held in Rambo Auditorium (Building 3, room 3240) on the Menlo Park Science Center campus
- at 2:15PM Pacific Time -
(Click on links above for location of colloquium.)

To view the next seminar live, click the "Play" button on the left. If there is no live webcast being broadcast a "Stream not found: mplive" error message will be displayed. Version 9.0.125 or higher of the Adobe Flash Player is required (you may need to click this link to enable the player even if Flash is already installed on your system). The live stream will usually begin at least 5 minutes prior to the start of the lecture.


Upcoming Events

The point of contact for Pacific Region Colloquium is Tamara Wilson if you have speaker suggestions or any questions.

There are currently no seminars scheduled for 2018. Please check back later.
Date Speaker Affiliation Title
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